GAA Legends Series 2020

Watch Jamesie O’Connor’s Legends’ interview and win a GAA county jersey of your choice

Clare star Jamesie O’Connor will be amongst the greats giving the public a unique insight into his hurling career when he takes part in this year’s Bord Gáis Energy GAA Legends Virtual Tour Series. Running for eight weeks, Jamesie is the first of our Legends who will be reliving some of his proudest sporting moments in conversation with the team at the GAA Museum.

Jamesie’s accomplishments are far and wide, winning 2 All-Ireland Senior Hurling titles, 3 Munster Senior titles and an All-Ireland Senior Club championship title. Watch the full interview below;


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Watch Steven McDonnell’s Legends’ interview and win a GAA county jersey of your choice

Our legend this week needs no introduction. Steven McDonnell is one of the most recognisable figures in GAA circles and considered among the greatest Gaelic footballers Armagh has ever produced.

His football honours are seriously impressive with 1 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship, 7 Ulster Senior Football Championships, 3 All-Star Awards and Footballer of the Year in 2003. To watch the full interview, please click on the YouTube tile below;

Watch Terence ‘Sambo’ McNaughton’s Legends’ interview and win a GAA county jersey of your choice

Terence ‘Sambo’ McNaughton wasn’t born into a hurling stronghold growing up in Cushendall in County Antrim. He first played senior hurling with his club at 16 years of age, the same year his club won their first senior county title. 

Terence’s roll of honour is impressive with 2 All-Ireland Senior B Hurling Championships, 6 Ulster Senior Hurling Championships, 7 Ulster Senior Club Hurling Championships, 8 Antrim Senior Club Hurling Championships, 1 All-Star Award and a GAA Museum Hall of Fame.

Watch Dara Ó Cinnéide’s Legends’ interview and win a GAA county jersey of your choice

An Ghaeltacht and Kerry legend Dara Ó Cinnéide relives some of his greatest memories wearing the green and gold jersey of Kerry.

Dara made 54 championship appearances for his beloved Kerry, winning a total of 3 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship titles, 2 National League titles, 2 All-Ireland U-21 Football Championship titles and 8 Munster Senior Football Championship titles. He also captained Kerry to lift the Sam Maguire Cup in 2004.

Watch Eoin Kelly’s Legends’ interview

This week, legendary Tipperary hurler Eoin Kelly takes the spotlight. Taking a trip down memory lane, we can only marvel over what has been a sensational career.

He has an impressive roll of honours with 2 All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championships, 2 National League titles, 5 Munster Senior Hurling Championships and a whopping 6 All-Star Awards. He also captained Tipperary to lift the Liam Maguire Cup in 2010.

Watch Stefan White’s Legends’ interview

This week, Stefan White takes the spotlight in our sixth interview of this year’s series. Stefan made county appearances for both Louth and Monaghan in the 1980’s, playing with Louth for 16 years and Monaghan for one year in 1987.

He played Gaelic Football with a  number of clubs such as O'Connells, Castleblayney Faughs, Clan na Gael, Burren and he finished his career where he began with a second spell with hometown club O'Connells. Watch the full interview below:

Watch Joe Connolly’s Legends’ interview

At 24 years of age, Joe Connolly lifted the Liam McCarthy Cup to win the 1980 All-Ireland hurling final.

He delivered one of the most iconic speeches in GAA history when he conducted his speech entirely in Irish until the final lines, when he famously told the Galway supporters, ‘People of Galway, we love you’.

 Watch the full interview below:

Watch Rena Buckley’s Legends’ interview

Eighteen-time All-Ireland champion and Cork legend Rena Buckley concludes our Bord Gáis Energy GAA Virtual Tour Series.

She is an inspiration to any young hurler or camogie player, competing as a dual player with Cork in both ladies gaelic football and camogie. Her roll of honours is remarkable in both codes, winning six camogie and football doubles and taking home 11-time All-Ireland Senior Football Championship medals and seven All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship medals with her county.

 Watch the full interview below: